Overview of the Wine
The Paul Anheuser winery can look back on a wine-growing family tradition dating back to the beginning of the Thirty Years' War. In 1627 there was an "Anheuser" - citizen in Bad Kreuznach and cultivated wine. In 1842 Eberhard Anheuser emigrated to America and later founded the Anheuser-Busch Brewery in St. Louis, Missori. His nephew Rudolf Anheuser (1858 – 1925) was one of the wine pioneers in the Nahe. He recognized the pure character and the incorruptibility of the Riesling vine. He planted vineyards in the pure sentence. It was important to him to bottle his excellent wines young and fresh and to guarantee a reasonable storage time. Paul Anheuser (1898-1975) took over the winery and refined the development of the dry wines. His son Rudolf P. managed the winery from 1969 to 2005. Since 2005, the winery has been run by the 14th generation of Rudolf and Paul, aware of the old tradition and open to progress in order to maintain the highest possible quality of their wines. From the vineyard to the customer - everything in one hand.
Grape / Blend
On the palate, this white wine is a powerful wine with a nice freshness.
This wine generally goes well with pork, poultry or seafood.
The Kreuznacher Kahlenberg Riesling Spätlese from Domaine Paul Anheuser is in the top 80 of Nahe wines.
90 Points - Wine Enthusiast
Crushed minerals and plush white peach aromas introduce this juicy, intensely fruity Spätlese. It's a concentrated sip full of juicy yellow peach and dried mango flavors, but there's a thrilling grip of tea tannins that lends a bit of structure, too. Fresh acidity leaves a clean finish. Drink now–2023.
Product size: 750ml